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UNCW freshmen face a strange first semester

UNCW columns between Leutze and Morton Hall.

Veronica Wernicke, Opinion Editor

August 4, 2020

As many schools and universities around the country are gearing up for their return to classes this Aug, there are many concerns about the adjustment in learning amid the dangers of the coronavirus (COVID-19).  For students already enrolled at UNC Wilmington (UNCW) there are many lurking questions and...

How to make the most out of your freshman year

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Fairley Lloyd, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

Starting college for the first time can feel both exciting and scary. From living on campus to juggling classes and making friends, freshman year can feel daunting.  However, it does not have to be a struggle the whole time. There are a lot of resources on campus that help you manage your college career, as well...

Welcome to UNCW: home of constant construction

Construction on UNCW's campus as of August 28, 2019.

Veronica Wernicke, Assistant Opinion Editor

August 29, 2019

As someone who had not physically been on campus between December 2018 and August 2019 thanks to my semester abroad in the spring, I noticed a huge change in the progress and amount of construction at UNC Wilmington. For better and for worse.  A few of the major changes I noticed were the st...

Becoming a Seahawk: tips for on-campus living

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Brenna Flanagan, Lifestyles Assistant Editor

March 30, 2019

There are some challenges incoming college freshman must undergo to initiate themselves into university life. They must learn the customs of their university, stay on top of their classes, make friends with the people around them, and find activities and clubs to join. However, the ultimate freshman expe...

Advice from Sally Seahawk

Advice from Sally Seahawk

Sally Seahawk, Staff Writer

September 5, 2018

I’m a freshman this year on campus and I am having trouble with my roommate. She always leaves the room in a mess and is very inconsiderate of me and my space. What should I do? I would start by confronting your roommate and just letting her know what your concerns are. She might not know that sh...

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